Despite a fall midway through the game, junior guard Earnest Ross helped the Tigers get back on track in Southeastern Conference play with a 79-62 victory Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.
Guy Robert, a local show promoter, was the high bidder for the turf at Wednesday morning's auction.
An investigation of 2002 campaign finance violations prompted the Missouri Ethics Commission to fine Jones $2,500.
The circuit's nine judges voted by secret ballot on Tuesday. Judge Jodie Asel will replace presiding Judge Gary Oxenhandler.
Missouri hopes to get back into an offensive rhythm Wednesday against a Georgia team that has the worst overall record among Southeastern Conference teams.
Unlike in Missouri’s loss against Ole Miss on Saturday, where Oriakhi had only four points, six rebounds, and got into foul trouble early, the Missouri forward anchored the Tigers' offense Wednesday night in a 79-62 win over Georgia.
The Missouri Department of Revenue is making debit cards, which are cheaper than distributing paper checks, an option for tax refunds.
President Barack Obama also used his presidential powers to enact 23 measures that don't require the backing of lawmakers.
The 20th annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration on Thursday features keynote speaker Martin Luther King III.
The poems will be distributed in a booklet on Thursday.
In addition to politicians, the religious right is responsible for pushing opposition to gun control front and center.
Two men have been charged with three felony counts of stealing by deceit and three felony counts of unlawful merchandising practices, according to a news release from the attorney general's office.
The Kewpies advanced to the championship game of the Lee's Summit tournament with a 72-50 victory over Raytown South on Wednesday night.
A study released Wednesday shows the Southeastern Conference combines relatively low academic spending with explosive coaching salaries. The report does not provide information about ratios at individual institutions.
Lynn Eugene Diel of Columbia died from cancer Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013. He was 58.
Harry Lloyd Rippeto of Sanford, Fla., died Sunday. He was 64 years old.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Columbia Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1100 College Park Drive.
Mrs. Hullender was a member of Parkade Baptist Church.
Bob Vandiver of Camden died Jan. 14, 2013. He was 84.
A memorial service is planned for 1 p.m. Thursday January 17, 2013 at Columbia Seventh Day Adventist Church.